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dboys m203 with grenade + box

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M203 underbarrel grenade launcher made by dboys, with grenade

fully boxed, ris and barrel clamps, plus two barrel cups [?]

used once in a day's skirmish, great fun but found it was too heavy for my style, plus no place for my forgrip

bought for £100

looking for £70 ono

UKARA number is a MUST etc

postage i think is about £5 but i will check with the post office

PM for pictures as my computer wont let me upload them!

Thanks for looking

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M203 underbarrel grenade launcher made by dboys, with grenade

fully boxed, ris and barrel clamps, plus two barrel cups [?]

used once in a day's skirmish, great fun but found it was too heavy for my style, plus no place for my forgrip

bought for £100

looking for £70 ono

UKARA number is a MUST etc

postage i think is about £5 but i will check with the post office

PM for pictures as my computer wont let me upload them!

Thanks for looking

 

do you need ukara for grenade launchers ?

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Yes because its realistic

 

Saying that I haven't seen a TT Nade launcher

 

 

But if the seller wants to see a UKARA then thats up to the buyer

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no you dont. Not for an underslung like this. If it were one of those fancy-pants multibarrel ones you would.

Underslungs, like suppressors, are counted (surprisingly) as accessories, which anyone, regardless of age or use for it can buy.

 

But again, if the seller wishes to be on the safe side, thats up to them.

 

EDIT: also, what size grenade is it (how many BB's and company) and which is it, long or short launcher?

 

If long with a 'nade over 96 from a good comapany, providing pics, you MAY have an offer. (non-UKARA)

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wrong, the m203 thats a battery box (the VERY VERY VERY old dboys one) is called as an accessory the gas M203's are classed as an RIF therefore requiring UKARA.

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